The PTI-led provincial government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) has launched the mobile clinic for the treatment of diabetic patients across the province.
During the inauguration ceremony of the mobile clinic, the Chief Minister of KP Mahmood Khan said that said our government was committed to providing better healthcare facilities to the deserving people of the society.
While speaking at the occasion, CM KP urged the protesting doctors to end their strikes and work for the welfare of the ailing humanity with missionary zeal. “Sehat Insaf Cards will be distributed among all people of the province,” he added.
While addressing the ceremony, one of the legendary cricketers of Pakistan, Wasim Akram lauded to KP government’s efforts for the treatment of the poor diabetic patients in the province.
Earlier on March 28, the Minister of Health for Punjab Dr Yasmeen Rashid had announced that the Free Mobile Medical Delivery Unit (FMMDU) will provide all the possible medical facilities for free of cost to 300 to 400 patients of far-flung areas of Punjab on a daily basis.